Explores the practice of surveillance the America of the 1970s through the discussion of a wide range of political and cultural phenomena--Watergate, the Ford presidency, Andy Warhol, disco music, the major films of the 70s, writers in the 70s (particular
"Paul Miller challenges us to rethink how and where we work today... Miller says it is the "digital" in the workplace that now defines and shapes our working lives. Building on compelling stories from well-known organizations, he explains how every aspect of work is being transformed."--P.  of cover.
Featuring more than 100 vintage views of cottages built from the early nineteenth century to the early twentieth century, this book recreates 50 summer houses, now lost, in an evocative guide that gives depth to any Newport experience.
Pesticide Application Methods is the standard work on thesubject for all those involved in crop protection. This fullyupdated Fourth Edition takes account of the considerable changes inlegislation, especially within the European Union, affecting somepesticides and how they can be applied. With greater emphasisnow on protecting the environment, an additional chapter in thisedition describes the importance of managing treatments to minimisespray drift, and the chapter on applying biopesticides has beenupdated, with the assistance of Paul Miller and Roy Batemanrespectively. Basic information on the role of pesticides in integrated pestmanagement is given with a discussion on the importance of d...
Love is what holds all things together, it's what we're looking for, it's what we all need and it's what we must learn how to give. But loving people is hard. Our neighbours, friends, kids, spouses and even our enemies require a relentless, self-giving demonstration of love that only God can produce within us. Taking his cues from the perseverance and faithfulness portrayed in the book of Ruth, best-selling author Paul Miller sheds light on a biblical portrait of love that is sure to give us hope and transform our souls. Here is the help we need to embrace relationship, endure rejection, cultivate community and reach out to even the most unlovable, as we discover the power to live a loving life.
On any given day, in the most large and medium-sized organisations, there are many indviduals and teams at work on the same issues, trying to solve problems from scratch that someone else in the company has already solved. What a waste! and what an opportunity! Knowledge management - or, as author Paul Miller prefers to call it, knowledge mobilisation - is currently being billed as a critical tool for the 21st century corporation. It concerns maximising the capabilities of the people working in a company by capturing their knowledge and turning it into a corporate asset. As Charles Handy has noted, no executive would leave factory space or cash idle, but many confess that they use only a small fraction of the knowledge latent in their companies. This book shows in a thoroughly practical way how to mobilise that knowledge and expertise and set it to work. It is plentifully illustrated with case studies of named UK companies who have done this successfully including NCR, ABB Asea Brown Boveri, 3I Group, Mortgage Express and Burston Marsteller.
LIFECHANGE Bible studies allow the Bible to speak for itself. You'll see for yourself what it says (not what someone else thinks it says) and develop the skills and desire to dig even deeper into God's Word.
A Cartoonist's Guide to Prostate Cancer is a playful, informative handbook for coping with the second most common cancer among American men. Written after battling the disease himself, former Marin Independent Journal editorial cartoonist Paul Miller illustrates the story of his journey from diagnosis to treatment to recovery with wit and wisdom through brilliantly drawn cartoon dogs. The guide is a unique way to entertain and educate, not only the one in six American men who suffer from the disease, but also loved ones who want to understand what to expect and learn how to support them.